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Don't derail justice

Mallya's offer to settle should not affect legal process

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Fugitive liquor tycoon, Vijay Mallya, declared a wilful defaulter by the banks, has long been silent in exile as the Indian government’s request for his extradition wends its way through the British courts. Mr Mallya had fled the country in March 2016 and has been living in London since then, evading Indian efforts to bring him to book. He has now broken that silence, becoming active again on the micro-blogging website Twitter and releasing letters that he wrote two years ago to the prime minister and other officials. These letters lay out Mr Mallya’s case — not in legal terms,

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First Published: Jun 28 2018 | 5:54 AM IST

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